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Dr Claire Wood
Dr Robert Tinnion
Dr Srinivasa Korada
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Professor Caroline Relton
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Growth and metabolic outcome in adolescents born preterm (GROWMORE): follow-up protocol for the Newcastle preterm birth growth study (PTBGS)2013
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
High protein pre-term infant formula: Effect on nutrient balance, metabolic status and growth2006
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Protein requirements in preterm infants: Effect of different levels of protein intake on growth and body composition2005
Richard Cooke
Dr Alan Fenton
Postnatal growth retardation: A universal problem in preterm infants2004
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Nutrient balance and metabolic status in preterm infants fed two levels of dietary protein2002
Dr Michael Reid
Richard Cooke
Zinc protoporphyrin/haem ratio and plasma ferritin in preterm infants2002
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Jenny Wells
Feeding preterm infants after hospital discharge: Growth and development at 18 months of age2001
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Postnatal malnutrition and growth retardation: An inevitable consequence of current recommendations in preterm infants?2001
Richard Cooke
Factors affecting the measurement of energy expenditure during energy balance studies in preterm infants2000
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Feeding issues in preterm infants2000
David Rawlings
Richard Cooke
Dr Keith Faulkner
Dr Sarah Robinson
Body composition of preterm infants during infancy1999
Richard Cooke
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Feeding preterm infants after hospital discharge: Effect of diet on body composition1999
Richard Cooke
Dr Michael Reid
Iron nutritional status in preterm infants fed formulas fortified with iron1999
Richard Cooke
Knee-heel length measurement in healthy preterm infants1999
Richard Cooke
Pesticides in dietary foods for infants and young children. Report of the Working Group on Pesticides in Baby Foods of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN)1999
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Regional changes in body composition of preterm infants during infancy1999
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Richard Cooke
Systematic underfeeding of preterm infants on neonatal intensive care units1999